This volume is an extremely readable guide to the world of international finance by two former City Editors of The Times. It is designed for people who want to understand something of the world’s financial affairs and learn how to follow jargon on the City pages of newspapers or money programmes on radio and television. Starting with the basic facts, the authors gently guide you through the world’s money maze – so that by the time you have reached the last chapter you should be able to understand the newspaper extracts printed at the end of the book.
The World’s Money aims to answer some of the many questions of the times in which it was published: Why had there been so many monetary crises? How were they caused? What is the role of gold in international finance? How do exchange rates, the IMF, the World Bank, the eurodollar market work? What is the new World Money? How was the pound devalued? Can 1929 recur?
The material is equally suitable for students, sixth-formers, economists and the armchair reader. Contemporary events are used as examples and illustrations, the history and the future of money discussed, so that the book is at once topical for its times and of lasting value.
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Book Description George Allen & Unwin, 1970. Book Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Bookseller Inventory # 6027147
Book Description Gearoge Allen & Unwin Ltd, London, England., 1970. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 11cm to 15cm by 17cm to 21cm tall. (1970) The grading of the books condition is commensurate with its age. A hardcover edition with peach coloured cloth over stiff boards. With dark title along the spine. The spine is rounded with stitched bindings. Complete with a lose dust jacket. The book condition is rated as 'Fine', the hardcovers have no significant wear. The bindings are sound and tight. The book block is complete and in a tight condition its edges are clean and tidy. Internally, all text pages are clean, complete and intact, indeed the book gives the visual impression of seeing very little use. On the leading blank endpaper there is a written inscription from one of the co-authors, George Pulay. The Lose Jacket, its condition is rated 'Very Good'; its condition reflects its age with mild and light curling and rubbing to its edges, it is complete and has not been price clipped. A summary of the books condition is; a tight, complete and tidy book in which the reading quality has not diminished to any degree. Indeed, internally this book remains bright, clean and smart. The condition of the book and its lose cover has been taken into account in its pricing. We describe any faults within our books most meticulously, this frequently results in our books being regarded by the vast majority of our customers as being in a much better condition to that as portrayed. Bookseller Inventory # 001018
Book Description George Allen and Unwin Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 1970. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. First edition from 1970. Ex library with most usual stamps and markings. Orange cloth boards with black lettering to spine. Orange colour page tops. Includes preface and four parts: A - how the world's money works; B - how it has worked; C - how it will work; D - how everything works. Plus an index and some tables. A bit of text underlining in ink but text unaffected. Binding is tight. Boards show a bit of wear - surface marks, corners rubbed slightly. Spine colour faded slightly. #47.11. Bookseller Inventory # 001615